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Pirates pitcher James McDonald throws against the Reds in Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher James McDonald strikes out seven Cincinnati Reds batters and pitches into the seventh inning of the Pirates 1-0 win at PNC Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on July 19, 2011. UPI/Archie Carpenter
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James McDonald (born 5 October 1976) is a retired Australian rules footballer in the Australian Football League (AFL), and the most recent captain of the Melbourne Football Club.

Nicknamed "Junior", James is the brother of former AFL players Anthony McDonald and Alex McDonald. He is noted as a hard working in and under midfielder. In addition to this, he is also used as a tagger.

In 1995, McDonald suffered from chronic fatigue syndrome with his VAFA side Old Xaverians. He debuted in the AFL in 1997 with the Melbourne Football Club after being promoted off the Rookie list.

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